New Zealander Hilary Boyes is the latest addition to the WATSAN team, bringing an international experience to tackle the waste issues in the Cook Islands.

New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall, on behalf of New Zealand based company National Mini Storage, was on hand Thursday to provide a huge donation to Cook Islands Red Cross.

You might be wondering how bestselling author Marc Cameron, best known for Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and Jericho Quinn, ended up in Rarotonga.

Port trespasses Tiare Taporo

Monday March 05, 2018

A trespass notice served on the Tiare Taporo by the Ports Authority is being contested by owners Pacific Schooners Ltd (PSL), who have applied to the High Court for an interim injunction against it.

Tiraa represents country at CYP

Friday March 02, 2018

Cook Islands National Youth Council president Sieni Tiraa represented the country at the ninth Annual Commonwealth Youth Parliament Conference in Jersey, England, this week.

BCI backs Gita appeal

Friday March 02, 2018

The Bank of the Cook Islands (BCI) donated proceeds raised from the staff’ monthly mufti-day to the Cook Islands Cyclone Gita Appeal.

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation chief executive officer Halatoa Fua has strongly denied claims that his staff are on a “junket trip” to the United States.

Muri vs Arorangi roading

Friday March 02, 2018

Ngatangiia Opposition MP Tamaiva Tuavera has called government’s move to seek tenders for the road improvement project in Arorangi instead of his constituency as “politicking” and a “campaign” for the forthcoming General Election.

In search of tapa knowledge

Thursday March 01, 2018

Cook Islands Library and Museum manager Jean Mason departed Rarotonga for Atiu on Monday morning with two members from the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C, with the goal of finding out more about tapa.

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